Comment: Apple's Spring Loaded Event – The Good the Bad... And Almost No Ugly

The first Apple event of the year 2021 is over and Cupertino showed a lot new products. In this article, we discuss what to make of the iMac 24", the iPad Pro, the Apple TV 4K and the other announcements - and what the editorial team thinks of this evening's event.
Tuesday, Apr 20, 2021, 22:20 Events
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Monday, Nov 22, 2021, 16:57 Hardware

Leaker – Apple Developing M-Chips For Servers

The M1, M1 Pro, and M1 Max – despite being exceptionally powerful chips, are intended for notebooks. Cupertino is known to be working on in-house chips for desktops and workstations to replace Intel variants and a leaker familiar with the subject is convinced that Apple is also developing server processors.
Friday, Nov 19, 2021, 17:07 iOS: Software

Apple Releases iOS 15.1.1

Smack in the middle of this week on Wednesday, Apple released a new version of iOS without warning or even a testing phase. The new version should fix an error specific to the iPhone 12 and 13 – although the error was somewhat uncommon.
Friday, Nov 19, 2021, 15:17 Hardware

iFixit Praises Apple's New Repair Program & More Reactions – Shareholders Behind Change Of Heart?

Apple's new repair program has by and large been met with praise, although the abrupt about-face was somewhat unexpected. One possible explanation for the notoriously stubborn company's change of heart could be a share holder resolution in September. Historically, shareholders have shown Cupertino little understanding concerning the "Right to Repair" matter.
Wednesday, Nov 17, 2021, 19:42 Hardware

Repairing Apple Devices On Your Own? Apple Starts New Program For End Customers

Apple has launched a new program for the more tech-savvy of its customers. Soon, these customers will be able to repair Apple their iPhones or Macs on their own and receive access to original parts and special tools from Apple without any need for any certification. Unfortunately, however, older iPhones and Macs with Intel chips aren't covered by the program.